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Cookware made of all copper (or mostly copper) material is also very popular for quality cooking, as it does not have some of the chemical reactions associated with other materials. Although copper is an expensive material cookware, this is the type that most professional cooks use for many cooking techniques. It conducts heat efficiently and evenly, so you`re assured that your food is cooked in entirety.
The Copper Core All-Clad line blends stainless steel with a copper core for those who want the precision of copper cooking with the fuss and hassle. It is easy to clean and use. There is also the All-Clad LTD cookware set that features layers of anodized steel, aluminum and stainless style for excellent heat conductivity. It has a gleaming black exterior for an impressive appearance. The Cop R Chef is cookware designed for the professional chef. When using All-Clad cookware, you should avoid using high heats which could burn or tarnish the exterior, and unless it states otherwise, this cookware should not be placed in a dishwasher.
You can leverage the advantages of induction cooking provided you have the right kind of cookware, as described in this article. Future installments of the Induction Cooking Explained series will take a closer look at why induction cooking is more environmentally friendly that other cooking techniques and will describe some of the advanced features available on induction cooktops.
The Revere brand is coming from a very good lineage of cookware and kitchen products. The same people who brought us the ECKO brand, Chicago cutlery and Pyrex brand has also brought us Revere cookware. The design of Revere cookware uses copper in the base, for maximum heat conduction. It uses stainless in the body of the cookware so that the cooking surface is a non-reactive to food. Revere has a 25 year limited warranty on their cookware.
Lastly, some but not all non-stick cookware is induction-ready. When buying non-stick cookware, use the same rule as when buying stainless cookware. If you are buying the cookware in a store and have physical access to it, then you can use the magnet test; the cookware is induction ready if and only if a magnet sticks to the bottom. If you don`t have physical access, then unless the merchant or manufacturer states that the pan is induction ready, you should not purchase the pan for use with an induction cooktop.
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